dysconjugate gaze

dys·con·ju·gate gaze

failure of the eyes to turn together in the same direction.
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Brief episodes of monocular or binocular movements may occur including intermittent eye deviation, nystagmus, and dysconjugate gaze, which last for 1-3 minutes.
1, the patient had dysconjugate gaze in the primary position with the eyes adducted (turned toward the nose bridge).
I assured them that noisy breathing, dysconjugate gaze, and open fontanels were normal findings in newborns.